During his time at Arsenal, Wrighty smashed Cliff Bastin's Arsenal scoring record of 178goals, and won just about every domestic honour in the game.
Ian moved to London rivals Crystal Palace after playing for Arsenal but only stayed with the club for one season before moving on to Celtic and then briefly onto Burnley.
A popular character on and off the pitch, since retiring from football Ian has presented a variety of shows on ITV and the BBC where he is a regular pundit. He was a team captain on 'They Think It's All Over' (2004), her presented 'Gladiators' (2008) and Channel 5's 'Live From Studio 5' (2009/10).
Ian Wright - Arsenal football legend and popular TV presenter.
Former Tottenham player who has become an integral part of the BBC's football unit. He is a regular reporter for Match of the Day and Football Focus and has presented a variety of sports programmes for BBC TV and radio. During the South Africa World Cup we supplied him to Castrol who were holding an event for senior management drawn from across the globe, and they were delighted with him.
Former footballer who has become a sports presenter and Match of the Day host.